Another winning month for The BestEOffer
Whilst not quite in the same league as June’s debut month frenzy, July was another winning month for TheBestEOffer. It ended with a highly satisfactory 21.89-point yield, with 274 selections producing no less than 75 winners (27% strike-rate).
So, after two months work, TheBestEOffer boast a 119-point yield – an outstanding start to life with Besttipping.
Close examination will show that, along with the plentiful portfolio of winners, there were countless examples when selections finished second or third, often with profitable results.
The roll of honour included two 14/1 winners, Hiconic (Newton Abbot, 7 July) and Rose of Kildare (York, 9 July). Sandhoe (Ripon, 8 July), Balzac (Newbury, 8 July) and Burning Cash (Chepstow, 9 July) were all returned at 8/1, while other successes included 15/2 In The Cove (Chepstow, 9 July), Etat Major Aulmes (6/1, Newton Abbot, 7 July) and Antico Lady (6/1, Hamilton, 12 July). The profitable each-way returns were headed by Spring Time Bay, a 28/1 chance that claimed third at Kempton on 15 July.
Rigorous selection method pays off
As the month progressed, Winagainwinners, another relatively new addition to the Besttipping stable, grew in stature. July’s first 14 advices produced four winners, but, of the last six selections of the month, five were winners. A small loss was turned into a 4.09-point profit with the promise of more to come.
As the name indicates, Winagainwinners has a very specific mandate: to identify winners last time out who are able to go on and repeat the achievement. Whilst this is a tried and trusted method of selection, Winagainwinners use a rigorous selection method, using eight filters, to weed out potential selections who are not up to the task. And no easy options as odds-on runners are not considered.
Article Published: 09/08/2020